After many successful 3D printing conferences, Jakajima organizes the 3D Printing Materials Conference on January 27, and the 3D Bioprinting Conference on January 28.
Both conferences that take place in MECC Maastricht, the Netherlands, attract a high profile audience consisting of a wide range of industry professionals, industry stakeholders, end-users, governmental bodies, universities and more. Anyone curious in where 3D printing technology will take us, should seize this opportunity to increase their knowledge, while creating new partnerships in an open setting.
The cutting edge program of the 3D Printing Materials Conference contains many impressive speakers, including keynotes Ms. Rachel Gordon, Technology Analyst at IDTechEx and Prof. Dr. Martin van Hecke, Leiden Institute of Physics and AMOLF Amsterdam. Alongside keynotes, the conference includes parallel sessions on the topics: Polymers & Plastics, Ceramics, Design & Engineering, and Metal. See the full conference program here.
The 3D Bioprinting Conference consists of a seminar with professional speakers of established companies: Dresden University of Technology, Lux Research Consulting, VU University Medical Centre, Antleron, Maastricht University Medical Centre, Fraunhofer IGB, Louwers IP|Technology Advocaten, DSM Biomedical, CellCoTec, University of Sheffield and Maastricht University. Find out more about the program here.
Special rates are applicable for LinkedIn group members, educational employees, students, and members of several organizations. Attendees can profit from the Combination Rate to get entrance to both conferences.
Jakajima – Matchmaker for Innovators organizes many other 3D printing conferences. Visit also the 3D Food Printing Conference on April 21, the 3D Content Conference on May 20, and the 3D Design & Engineering Conference on May 19.
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